I have never understood why the DECT phones do not have some form of way of maintaining a connection when power drops. As the power block should only be required to charge the battery in the phone. But I guess the manufactures think otherwise.
That would require a battery in the base station, which raises several questions.
Bearing in mind that making the connection to the line itself is not the issue, off the top of my head:
- its capacity bearing in mind the need for always-on wireless contact with a variable number of sleeping slaves;
- handling a call that could go on for well over an hour;
- similarly wrt multiple slaves on the call;
- again similarly, handling intercom calls of varying length and frequency.
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Edited by RobertoS (Wed 30-May-18 22:15:36)